We incorporate both physical exercise and therapy in our physiotherapy sessions to facilitate maximum recovery and your joints and muscles to resume their functionality and movement. Our treatment aims to relieve pain, restore normal function and strength, while preventing further injury and promote an active lifestyle. Our physiotherapists also help you cope with the difficulties you may face in your daily activities.
You can see our physiotherapist if you have the following medical conditions:
- Neck pain
- Back pain
- Ankle sprain
- Knee sprain
- Fibromyalgia and Muscle pain
- Ambulation training (such as gait training, walking aid training e.g. crutches, walking stick)
The Physiotherapy Department introduces
ShockwaveTherapy– State of the Art Treatment
Shockwave Therapy is a painless non surgical treatment, noninvasive, free of side effects that promote the accelerated recovery of injured muscle, soft tissue and joints.
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) A Non-Invasive Breakthrough Solution for:
- Heel Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Elbow Pain
- Tennis Elbow
- Lateral Epicondylitis
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Achilles Tendonitis Fibromyalgia
Non-invasive solution for chronic pain in your shoulder, back, heel, knee or elbow
Shockwave Therapy provides fast and effective help from pain.
Shockwave therapy is leading the way in pain management. In many instances, there will be an immediate reduction in pain, as well as improved mobility and functionality.This therapy is non-invasive and there is no need for anaesthesia. it is non-addictive and free from side effects. Each treatment session takes approximately 5-10 minutes. Most conditions require just 3 to 5 treatments that are done 3-10 days apart.
Osteoporosis Management for Elderly patients
Injury due to falls is one of the most commonly seen cases in the elderly; especially if you are over 65 years old. Our physiotherapists will assess your physical condition and identify the causes of these falls. They will then prescribe a plan that serves to rectify the problems, such as poor balance, weak joints, lack of flexibility, and recommend the remedies to reduce the risk of falling.